Major Millions multi currency

Sodax77

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yes, it is world largest online jackpot ever, but in euros (but after convert, in dollars also)

But, because Jackpot Madness publish every wins only in $dollar$ amount, like this (my past reply):

Jackpot Madness,
LOTSALOOT JACKPOT WINNERS:
Fay B, $ 33,535.05, Spin Palace, 21 Jan 2004

Spin Palace Casino:
Fay B., UK 18,196 ,Progressive Jackpot win at
Lots-a-Loots Slots Jan 21, 04
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Then this is true (from Jackpotmadness):
$1,683,526.64 won by Jim L. on Major Millions
The World's Largest Online Jackpot

July 19, 2003 - Curacao

Jackpot Madness has again beaten its own record of awarding the World's Largest Ever Online Jackpot..."

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But also this is true (from Jackpot Madness):
"Joaquim M $ 1,779,827.44"
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And also this is true (from Jackpot city casino):
"Joaquim M Euro 1,453,610.18"

So all these are true, biggest Dollar-account winner is Jim L.,
and biggest Euro-account winner is Joaquim M

And to got2bet contest, we can say that right answer is $0,00, or can we? lmao ;)
 
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Sodax77

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After VPL contact to Microgaming, here is their (MG) answer (part of):

"...from MicroGaming.

The Progressives are paid out in the currency that it is won depending on what
the player won. It is set to the highest currency being Pounds. If it was won
in this currency, then it is reset to the minimum of 250 000. Otherwise the
payout is calculated in the currency won and the jackpot is reset at the
difference of the 250 000 and the value in Pounds that it was set at.
For example the last jackpot was immediately reset at over 500 000.

So in other words, the player will be paid out in the currency that he wins. If
the amount shown on the meter is 500,000.00 credits and the player is playing is
Euros, he will receive EUR500,000.00 as the winning amount.

The coin sizes are the same with all currencies i.e. $3 = (3 x 1) credits = EUR3
= 3.
It is the same with 25 cent credits, the are the same with all currencies..."
 
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